Streetside is Proud to Call Cincinnati's Oldest Neighborhood Home
Tucked along the banks of the Ohio River, Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood (older than the city itself) is a unique jewel in the Queen City’s crown. The area is known for its picturesque views of the river and the Cincinnati skyline and an eclectic collection of well-preserved 19th-century architecture, including Cincinnati’s colorful “painted ladies” Victorian-style homes. But these days, those hallmarks of our city’s history are accented with the contrast of vibrant modernity. The neighborhood has undergone a renaissance in recent years, with the annual Tusculum Street Fest, a resurgence of boutique businesses, and eclectic dining and nightlife establishments. Couple that with its numerous health spas, gyms, and studios, and Columbia-Tusculum truly offers something for everyone.